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to watch a charlie brown thanksgiving last night? if you did, you were part of the biggest audience in four years. it's not the most popular of the charlie brown specials but last night more than 8 million tuned in to watch up. that is up from 22% from a year ago. charlie brown christmas and charlie brown pumpkin are the most popular. >> and thanksgiving day parade. >> and do you recog >>> larry beil joins me news at 6:00 tonight. a potential traffic nightmare on the golden gate bridge, we'll explain your options for electronic toll taking. take a look. a woman that was disappointed after attending a recent show. a solution to her problem. a 35-year tradition. we came across family and friends who always end their thanksgiving at san francisco's crissy field. that is all coming up tonight at 6:00. what a beautiful place to spend time. >> and alumni from one high school is feeling pretty proud. they took part in the macy's day thanksgiving parade. the hie high school marching band moved down fifth avenue. we have been bringing you stories, they paid for their trip and lots of carwashes and a
races like the proposition 30 governor brown's measure to boost funding to public education, this election can be a nail biter. >> and we're going get funds for schools. >> and the state of california says it depends on our feature. >> in june we did not know results of the tax for two weeks. and lost by less than 1%. >> sorry, thank you very much. >> and a new poll shows public support for governor brown's tax measure remains below 50%, just five days where the election. the poll shows prop 30 has 48% support from likely voters. 38% opposed. director of the poll says there appears to be enough undecided voters to swing prop 30 to a victory on election day. coming up governor brown visit san francisco to drum up support from those still undecided on how they'll vote. >> well, there is makeup work to do for students in san francisco public schools. rourdz indicate plenty of students turned out. that is compared to raft week, middle school attendance down about 11%. grade schoolers down about three and a half percent. a chance to see history. >> it's right. >> and still to com
, democrats needed 25 seats to gain control, no change in leadership there. >> governor brown's proposal to raise taxes to rescue schools was the big issue. the margin to approve it grew. prop 30 leading by six point margin most votes counted. consumers and high income earner will pay more in taxes. prop 38 would have increased taxes on the middle class to help fun education was soundly defeated. amy hollyfield joins us live with more. >> reporter: shopping is why a lot of people come to emeryville when you shop is when you are going to feel the affects of prop 30, a quarter cent sales tax increase to fund prop 30 the wealthy californians will pay for the rest of prop 30 their income tax will go up between one and three percent. supporters of prop 30 were thrilled when they got word the measure was leading. this morning it was officially called that prop 30 had received support at the ballot box. governor brown staked his term as governor on this measure he pushed it hard, telling people there would be billions in cuts at the schools, if it failed. >> here we are, we have a vote of the p
brown will meet with uc regents today the effect it may have on tuition and fees. >>> when is one opinion not enough when your injured quarterback eager to get back on the field. >> first this morning's tech bites. >> governments are googling us the search giant reports big increase in requests for data about its users u.s. made the most requests. barnes & noble has joined battle of 7 inch tablets with its nook hd doesn't have as many apps, but where it shines is display. >> this is a remarkably good screen i watched videos, movies on it, now nook video allows people to rent or buy movies and tv shows. >> the nook hd starts at $200. black ops 2 said 13 years from now you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. brings light and fragrance together, to create a mesmerizing experience in your home. try the new color changing candle. something in the air wick. >>> welcome back. ferry building blue today, did you know it is world diana day -- world diabetes day? that's why our iconic ferry build som
are still coming in. governor brown has still not shown up here. he is waiting and of course everybody wants to hear from him. but earlier, there was a minute thee valley with education leaders and with lawmakers who supported proposition 30. for example, one was a senate president. let's hear from him. >> tonight is the end of one difficult chapter. in california's history in the beginning of a new and better chapter where we reinvest in people we say education matters and we stand for california. thank you, thank you very much. >> so the state superintendent , talk about somebody who is very anxious to inned foo the results results -- to find the results of this proposition. he also told me if this pleasure pleasure -- this measure does not pass, be sure that several districts will go bankrupt. also on the ballot was proposition thirtd 8, another education-related proposition behind that one. she issued a statement a short time ago. molly said transformational changes take time, and we are committed to staying the course until our state truly does tackle the school funding crisis. we know
at his polling place in oakland. >> reporter: good morning many governor brown will be voting here at this fire station in the oakland hills this morning. he will not be alone. he's going to turn it into a photo-op he will have some school children with him in a last-ditch effort to convince people to vote for prop 30. yesterday, the governor held raleighs across the state, including one in -- held rallies across the state, including one in san francisco. it has been a tough fight, up in the polls, down in the polls. a non-profit organization gave 11 million dollars to fight the measure. prop 30 would increase taxes to help fund education. governor brown told us yesterday he does feel confident that it will pass. >> when i ran for governor i said i would ask the people if they wanted to raise taxes if they thought it was important. we are asking the people. whatever they say, i will carry it out. >> reporter: former labor secretary robert reich held a yes on 30 rally yesterday at uc berkeley where a professor. uc reagents say if it doesn't pass tuition -- will go up $2400 next seme
, your vote. governor brown will be in san francisco today making a last minute push for prop 30 second visit in one week. prop 30 asks voters to approve temporary tax hike on incomes over a quarter of a million dollars a year. sales tax hike for the next four years. brown says the revenue will prevent six billion dollars in cuts to state funded schools. the latest numbers show prop 30 support dropping since september. >>> president obama dives back into campaigning after three days immersed in leading response to sandy. president obama and mitt romney are locked in a tight contest both campaigns predicting victory. >> reporter: the action picks up again with both on the trail. president obama visits wisconsin, nevada and colorado for his first campaign event since sandy hit. mitt romney will be in virginia today he stumped in florida wednesday and never criticized the president. >> we can't go on the road we are on and change course if we keep on attacking each other. we have to come together and get america on track again. >> reporter: the race is still a dead heat. poll shows candida
it needs a president who just understands business. >>> new poll shows public support for governor brown's tax measure remains below 50%. the latest poll shows prop 30 as 48% support, 38% opposed the director of the poll says there appears to be enough to swing prop 30 to victor. governor brown is in san francisco today make a -- making a last minute push for prop 30 his second bay area visit in a week: >>> if it looked like there were a million people at the giants victory parade that's there were. the city just released new crowd statistics more than a million people attended yesterday's parade honoring the giants' world series win. record number of people relied on bart to get there. officials say nearly 600,000 used bart clobbering the old record set during the last parade. with so many in one place, san francisco police say it made 22 arrests. 22 out of a million. >> we did pretty good. >>> meteorologist mike nicco, i was driving home last night in the pouring rain my little trick-or-treaters got soaked. >> unfortunate the forecast came to fruition. >> you were right. >> so far i'm
. >>> governor brown is talk now so let's go to that sacramento news conference. >> people said you shouldn't go to the people, and get their views in a statewide vote about whether or not to raise taxes. i made a pledge when i ran for governor, two years ago, that i would number one, tell the truth. no more smoke and mirrors operate budget, level with people. seek a vote of the people before any new taxes. and thirdly, bring government closer to the people. last night, that path forward vindicated my confidence in the -- that the people of california can make sound judgments in the context of tens of thousands of fewer teachers, massive cuts in public education, thousands of courses in community colleges, eliminated. redevelopment eliminated, cutbacks. there's been a real effort at paring back state government. in that context, of three in cuts, i see why people -- of three dollars in cuts i see why people voted. it is a balanced plan, sustainable and i continue tend to do whatever i can in the next two years to make sure we meet the high expectations that the majority of californians, expresse
in the murders of nicole brown simpson and ron goldman. who a new documentary suggests may have been the killer. before cold & flu season, help prevent with lysol disinfectant spray. and use the lysol no touch hand soap for 10 times more protection with each wash. this season, a good offense is the best defense. lysol. mission for health. >>> welcome back. i thought we would mention streets getting wet, king ridge road, calistoga road, dillon beach road, a few of the streets that have light rain in the north bay. >>> 4:43. the fbi says four men with ties to southern california have been charged for plotting to join al-qaeda to commit violent jihad against americans. according to documents, a 34-year-old naturalize citizen from afghanistan is accused of three younger men. one of the men served in the air force. the fbi files indicate the four were planning to unite at an al-qaeda training camp in afghanistan plotting to kill americans and destroy u.s. targets overseas. if convicted they face up to 15 years. >>> natural gas explosion that ripped through indianapolis neighborhood november 10th, is
is expected to cast his ballot in the next hour. >> reporter: here at fire station 6, governor brown will be surrounded by teachers and students he is not the only one advocating for the proposition. yesterday former labor secretary robert reich held a rally. regents said tuition would go up $2400 next semester without prop 30. governor brown held rallies yesterday across the state. students who are against prop 30 say they resent the fact that legislatures haven't better protected education funding. first the governor as he gets biblical about it. >> read the gospel of luke chapter 12, verse 48 where it says those to whom much has been given, much will be required. that's what prop 30 it tells those who have done the best pay a little back. >> students don't have a voice they don't have a strong lobby in sacramento that's why politicians feel comfortable cutting education first. prop 30 end stretches that relationship between students in -- entrenchs that relationship between students in sacramento --. >> reporter: prop 30 would add an increase in state sales tax the governor is fee
determined 80,000 gallons seeped out before repairs were made. >> governor brown making yet another pitch for prop 30. poll reports seem to justify optimism. mark matthews is here with numbers. >> nannette miranda said it's going to be a nail baiter. there are signs for sup or thers of the tax plan. vote yes on 30. vote yes. vote yes on 30. >> vote yes on 30. >> governor brown walked into his appearance without taking kbez the new numbers. final days of the campaign, he's all about making his case for a temporary sales tax increase. and a longer hike on income taxes for those making over a quarter kblinl per year. >> those who have done the best can't they help us in california's time of need? >> without $6 billion brown warned the trigger cuts already in the budget will take that amount out of the funding for schools. >> money into schools and colleges, into the california dream, or out. in or out? yes or no? >>sfa showing more californians saying question. -- yes. 14% undecided. this pollster runs the field poll. >> all the governor sneedz another to% or 3% and this would pass. i think
san bruno pipeline explosion. governor brown has been silent on the issue until now. abc 7 news is live in san bruno tonight. heather? >> peavy critics say this is a case of the fox watching the hen house. recent evidence they point to the fact he appointed himself as commissioner in charge of the pg&e penalty phase and he pointed a negotiator for settlement talk who's had to withdraw because of a conflict of interest, pointed out by those same critics. after the pg&e san bruno gas pipeline explosion that killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes, ntsb concluded one contributing facter was, quote, lax oversight by cpuc. now, two years later the neighborhood started a petition drive calling for the removeal of peavy. governor jerry brown has not responded about peavy, but a common wealth club audience member described the lack of oversight as an embarrassment, asking what would remedy that. >> we have very zealous regulators on the p.u.c. >> i'm shocked and trying to get an appointment with governor brown. >> kathy lives up the street from the blast site. she started the petitio
proposition 30. prop 30 passed by a 54-46% margin. the money going to california schools. governor jerry brown took the lead to get prop 30 passed. >> last night californians made the decision to protect our schools and colleges and strengthen the california dream. we join together as californians first and a resounding victory for education and fiscal integrity. >> the governor said about $6 billion would have had ton of cut from schools and colleges if voters rejected prop 30. sales tax will go up by a quarter percent for four years, starting in january. income taxes will rise for people making more than $250,000 per year. >> the passage of prop 30 guarantees uc students will not see a tuition increase this year. >> students will get something extra. here is abc 7 news education reporter. >> within hours of prop 30 passing san francisco state announced it will begin reimbursing students. most will see close to $250 deposited back into their accounts. the university will roll back the increase. thanks to prop 30 the governor tax increase measure, other universities may see the money in the fo
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area, is something i'm happy to do. >> besides this meal, donations being collected to serve brown bags of food to families in need this holiday, and throughout the year, the donation pays for a bag providing more than a dozen meals, that continues, after the dishes are done, here at the marriott in oakland, abc 7 news. >> nice to see david lee out there. >> yes. >> more bad news for hume and black berry is dumped, again. >> nicole lapin joins ugs now with today's after the bell report. >> good afternoon. that is right. a double dose of bad news for hewlett-packard. the slumping computer giant tries to turn itself around. the real big story is that hp is taking an $8.8 billion write down on its 2011 purchase of british software maker atonomy, accusing the executives of cooking the books.. >> the manl ti of the impairment charge is linked to serious accounting improprieties, disclosure failures and misrepresentations that occurred t? )äúr to hp's acquisition and impact on the expected financial performance of the business over the long term. the balance of the impairment charge is link
from a masters of design to degrees in nursing. you could make it happen with brown mackie college. >> reporter: this former admissions adviser turned whistleblower is suing, alleging this company deceives students by falsely inflating success statistics. >> they manipulated job placement rates by counting students working in a job that they did not need the degree for. >> reporter: you think this is all intentional. >> it is intentional. it's the business model. >> reporter: case in point, single mother, sarah fisher in indiana. >> i feel like i've been lied to and i am angry about it. >> reporter: fisher says she got sucked in by a recruiter for brown mackie. >> they told me i would get a better job making $35,000 to $40,000 a year. >> reporter: fisher gave abc news a look at the inherent documents, which shows edmc counting fisher's $16,000 a year job as a success. >> i work at walmart in customer service. >> reporter: she got the job before graduation. the school sclamss -- claims its related to her degree. >> they're lying. i placed myself in that job. >> reporter: here's more
schools banking on prop 30, governor jerry brown proposed that plan, today voted for it. people in oakland greeted him in the oakland hills, proposition 30 raises money for public schools and community colleges and temporarily add a quarter cent tax to state sales tax and raise taxes for californians earning more than $250,000 a year. opponents say it's too expensive. here is a look at propositions. prop 32 preventing unions from deducting money from paychecks to be used to be political funding. prop 36 would revise california's three strikes law. and propos3s]u 37 would add new food labeling requirements. proposition 38 is a competing tax measure to fund schools. the department of justice will have federal observers in polling stations in alameda county today. 800 monitors will be watching for potential voting rights violations in 23 states. if you have trouble voting you can report any problems at your polling station to abc 7 news election hot line. the number is on the screen. and we have that number posted for you on abc 7 news.com. you still have three and a half hours to vote in the
. >> governor brown continues to push prop 30. new poll showing where the tax hurt stands and us, r >>> welcome back. still tracking our rain i am good morning still have east bay valleys, santa clara valley and santa cruz mountains now monterey bay starting to get into more steady rain through about 9:00. east or south expect it to be wet today. it is going to start to dissipate late during the afternoon, 73 fresno, scattered showers in the sierra. upper 60s around element a, san diego. palm springs 87°. >>> let's check in with that southern california boy and find out what is going on. >> one who is currently living in new york, josh elliot. happy to hear you are getting some of your trains back. >>> yeah. i would take the coastal fog in southern california right now and not look back, not think twice about it. great to be with you. everybody in the bay area, you are right that is a great piece of news we have today limited subway service in the city, back up and running, shocking when you think 50 miles of tracks were damaged, flooded out, as hurricane sandy struck. we will be continuing ou
on as minority leader. >>> governor brown's proposal to raise taxes to rescue the state's schools was a big issue california. the margin to approve it grew until it was declared winner prop entirety leading or winning by six point margin with most votes counted. consumers and high income earners will pay more taxes prop 38 would have increased taxes on middle class was soundly defeated. amy hollyfield joins us from emeryville with more. >> reporter: when you think of emeryville you think of shopping, great shopping here that's when you will feel the affects of prop 30 sales tax going up a quarter is -- quarter cent also raising income taxes on the wealthy. prop 30 supporters were excited, hopeful it wasn't until this morning the measure passed. governor brown was ready to declare victory last night. he acknowledged it was a tough fight. activists 70 million dollars on the campaign for prop 30. >> wide coalition, people who would not otherwise agree on many things came together for many reasons. a coreen that brought people together is -- a core reason that brought people together to support prop
:40. goo governor brown will meet with uc regents today, the affect it may have on fees. >>> when is one opinion not enough? when you are injured ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bowl, my spoons! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios has whole grain and 110 delicious calories. ...more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter. >> >> welcome back. high clouds and mild temperatures this morning today is the warmest day in the forecast 40s and 50s. [ inaudible ] >>> former vice presidential candidate paul ryan says he was shocked at how the presidential election played out. he talked about pit in an interview he says -- he talked about it in an interview. he says the president won fair and square. he was surprised he lost. >> polling and data and all the smart people who watch this stuff they had an optimistic view on the night. going into boss ten that day we felt like we had a -- -- boston that day we felt like we
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. this is a live look at the rally at the embarcadero. governor jerry brown is there today former labor secretary headlined a yes on prop 30 rally at uc berkeley. here is abc 7 news analyst melinda jackson. >> usually you probably proposition tends to fail. >>> a key will be young voters. don't vote in larnl numbers so we'll have to see. stay with abc 7 news tomorrow night. you can get realtime results, the moment polls close at 8:00, at facebook.com and through twitter. of course abc news and abc 7 news will be working around the clock tomorrow. at 3:00 p.m. including live reports at 3:30 it's world news with diane sawyer. now, at 8:00 we'll be local you can get bay area results when we hit the air then, then abc news national coverage returns for prime time election at 8:30. then, we'll be back locally for a wrap up on abc 7 news at 11:00. it's a big night. >> for those of you who haven't voted, records were set around the bay take a look at san francisco bay. with a a beautiful shot from our camera. how hot did it get? >> sandhya rosa, 84 today, oakland 84 degrees. 79 at sfo. redwood city 84 d
god. >> we have the happy reunion at the hospital. brown sugar >>> and brown sugar. love letters from a young mick jagger to a woman who inspired the rolling stone's smash hit. did rock's bad boy really recite emily dickinson? >>> i guess we're going to have to consider -- reconsider mick jagger, reading poetry. >> he's a very smart man, from the london school of economics. he's a bright one there. >>> we have a busy morning. not only do we have a sex scandal involving the cia chief. but after a two-year-long, $6 billion presidential campaign, are we any closer to preventing taxmagedd taxmageddon. if the president and republicans can keep us from going off the fiscal cliff. >> some saying if we do go off the fiscal cliff, we'll go into recession, as well. >>> and take a look at this, thousands of "twilight" die-hards setting up camp for days outside of a los angeles movie streeters just to be there when the stars come out. and it's not just teenage girls. there's fans of all ages, anxiously waiting for the final installment. we'll tell you what the movie studio is doing to help t
the chp would be helping the chief of police in oakland was happy. >> i personally thank governor brown for his quick response to my requests and my community's plea for help. >> reporter: chp spokeswoman tells me operation impact means 8 to 20 chp officers deployed to prevent crime through traffic enforcement and what she calls patrol presence. she says, the chp will be available to oakland pd whenever they call for help. the good news for oakland, a city in need of financial help as well, the chp officers come here at no cost to the city. terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >>> muni has released surveillance video hoping someone will recognize a man who viciously beat a van ness station agent. police say the incident happened october 10th, when the man tried to go through with a bike. the agent told him bikes were not allowed on that station. investigators say he ignored the agent jumped over with his bike and you saw the man walk didn't the stairs with that bike and a small suitcase police say the 55-year-old agent followed him and was attacked as he reached the platform. amy hollyfield will
brown against elizabeth warren. the most expensive race in the country. the most high profile. it has been a bitter race. if republican scott brown loses in massachusetts, the republicans have a much harder time to win control of the senate. the other one also early in the night is going to be in the state of indiana, this is richard mourdock running against donny. they controlled it for 36 years. should have been a slam dunk but he made controversial comments on rape and abortion now it's at risk for republicans. if they lose both of those it will be virtually impossible to win control of the senate. my third one is actually a house seat. all 435 members up. that's in minnesota, michele bachmann running for re-election, of course, a year ago she was a front runner to run for president now fighting for her political life for her own district in minnesota. >> the states putting up referendum some wide-ranging things. what's number one you'll be looking at. >> we could have legalized marijuana in three states at the end of the night. that's what i'll be looking at. >> real possibility.
highway 24 and the caldecott tunnel. woman untied herself and got help from a neighbor. >> small brown pickup truck if it wasn't brown it was a darker color had a loud muffler. that vehicle was scene leaving the scene. that's the vehicle of interest at this point. >>reporter: we spoke to several employee ins the business park. they say it's scary because police believe the woman was randomly targete targeted. >> this is always been a wonderful area to, would. wonderful police for our employees. quite surprising and pretty brazen. >>reporter: suspect one described as white male in early 20's. 5 poot 11, 185 to 190 pounds with broad shoulders and short dark hair. he was wearing a light colored t-shirt under a black zip up shirt with blue jeans. suspect 2 is a white man in early to mid 20's. he's about 5 foot 9, 150 pounds and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and dark jeans. police say the 57-year-old woman was taken to the hospital with minor injuries and she was released but very scary ordeal for her. i'm reporting in walnut creek, abc 7 news. >> okay thank you. >> oakland po
. >> small brown pickup truck if it wasn't brown it was a darker color had a loud muffler. that vehicle was scene leaving the scene. that's the vehicle of interest at this point. >>reporter: we spoke to several employee ins the business park. they say it's scary because police believe the woman was randomly targete targeted. >> this is always been a wonderful area to, would. wonderful police for our employees. quite surprising and pretty brazen. >>reporter: suspect one described as white male in early 20's. 5 poot 11, 185 to 190 pounds with broad shoulders and short dark hair. he was wearing a light colored t-shirt under a black zip up shirt with blue jeans. suspect 2 is a white man in early to mid 20's. he's about 5 foot 9, 150 pounds and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and dark jeans. police say the 57-year-old woman was taken to the hospital with minor injuries and she was released but very scary ordeal for her. i'm reporting in walnut creek, abc 7 news. >> okay thank you. >> oakland police released this composite sketch of one of 2 men who tried to kidnap 14-year-old girl
the lakers were in complete disarray. they fired mike brown after a 1-4 start. but that only made them desperate against a golden state team that shot 34% tonight. you are not going to beat anybody. he got off to a decent start. thompson with the two-hand slam. in the second quarter and curry spectacular lay up here. the ankle is fine. the lakers jumped the offense. howard to kobe and step back 3. the lakers lead it at the half. third quarter and barnes misses the jumper. warriors trail by four. kobe just willed the lakers to victory and falling out of bounds here. tough degree of difficulty there. you have by 10. meta world peace was 0-10 from the floor. he knocks down the 3. fourth quarter and kobe steel and slam. he lead the way with 27. who needs a coach? lakers cruise 101-77. the bay area showdown between stanford and usf. this game played at oracle arena. the first two times since they played in 2005. three of seven from downtown. he was the big man. stanford up 21-7. they battle back and take the lead. stanford this charge in the second half. aaron bright and look what i found a
minutes. right now this story. governor brown plans to appear this morning at a uc regents meeting in san francisco to urge officials to control costs and avoid another fee hike for students. regented -- regented shelves proposed hike vote for now. yesterday yesterday a panel decided to postpone a fee increase. brown says both systems have to keep a lid on costs a week after voters approved prop 30. >>> crab season opens today we should expect to shell out a little more this year. fishermen struck a victory when wholesalers agreed to their asking price of $3 per pound, a different course than the two sides have followed in the past two years by haggling for weeks and delaying the crab season to the dismay of crab lovers. last year fishermen got $2 -- got $2.25. >>> abc7 co-sponsoring another job fair from noon to 4:00 all details on abc7news.com, under see it on tv. >>> samsung offering new deal to potential customers. tech stocks, facebook getting a lot of attention. >> let's check in with jane king live at the new york stock exchange. >>> good morning. all systems go at cisco systems th
to make it in america? >> yes, that was my goal from day one. >> reporter: dan brown invented the bionic wrench. what he thought was a genius solution to that problem we've all had -- stripped bolts. >> pliers and adjustable wrenches can strip the corners. but that won't stop the bionic. >> reporter: his invention grabs onto the bolt from six sides at once. >> the bionic wrench engages all six flat sides of the bolt with symmetrical pressure. >> reporter: this time last year, this factory was buzzing. >> sears had us stocked in all the stores. >> reporter: the holiday ads were on tv. and sears was their biggest seller. >> for only $19.99 at sears. >> reporter: dan said sears was so into his invention, they asked him not to sell at some of their biggest competitors. like home depot or lowe's. >> yes. >> reporter: so you said that's a deal. >> yes. >> reporter: dan says they sold more than 200,000 wrenches with sears last christmas. they kept doing business this year. then suddenly, he says, no deal for this christmas. they've had to lay off 30 workers. did you wonder what was going on? >>
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. with brown mackie college. >> reporter: this former supervisor turned whistle-blower is suing, alleging the company deceives by falsely inflating success statistics. >> they manipulated the job placement rates by counting students working in a job they did not need the degree for. >> reporter: you think is all intentional? >> it is intentional. it's the business model. >> reporter: case in point single mother sara fisher in indiana. >> i feel like i have been lied to. and i am angry about it. >> reporter: she says she was sucked in by a recruiter to brown mackie. >> they said i would make $40,000 a year. >> reporter: we have a look at exclusive at internal documents, and it counts her $16,000 a year job as a success. >> i work in walmart at customer service. >> reporter: she got the job before garage graduation but the school claims they helped her with the degree. >> i placed myself in the job. >> reporter: this accounting major, this business grad, fashion grad. but the documents show this one is actually working for minimum wage selling shoes. one works at mcdonald's. the other, a ja
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touchdown of the game. to brandon lafell. 43 yards on the pitch and catch. second quarter, bryce brown, getting the start for philadelphia running back lesean mccoy, who is out. 65 yards to the house. that's the longest rushing touchdown for the eagles this season. cam newton, taking off, from the 2 yard line. and he is in there in the third quarter. that deserves the superman swag. the whole thing when you take off from that far away. bryce brown, five-yard touchdown. 178 yards rushing, 2 touchdowns. matching lesean mccoy's touchdown total in ten games. his second fumble, and the panthers would take over. they capitalize. panthers up two. second and goal. cam newton leads his team in rushing. his second rushing touchdown of the night to go with two through the air. ensuing kickoff, brandon boykin, trying to get philadelphia something. field position. you have to hang on to the football. oh, barnidge. he had the touchdown earlier. panthers get the win, 30-22. third time in cam newton's career that he had two passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns in the same game. >>> i'm randy
>> in the east bay the ground was saturated just enough in martinez to topple this tree on brown street. pg&e made repairs and the street is open once again tonight. >>> and a downed tree caused major back ups. heavy rain and fog made it so difficult to see that the chp slowed down to keep drivers safe. cal trans is keeping a close eye along eye 1. it it has chronic problems during heavy rain and it is not the only one either. heather ishimaru is live in daly city where the flooding is a worry there as well. heather? >> reporter: dan, this is the daly city vet that was inundated by mud a couple weeks ago. here the slide covered the road. down on highway 1 cal trans is worried about the road itself sliding away. the coast can be as beautiful as it is treacherous. heavy rains called forecloser than usual monitoring -- for closer than usual monitoring of highway 1 that is prone to rock slides and worse. in 1995 and in 2006 the hillside separated from itself and it headed for the water below calling months long closures. the locals know rain can take away their north-south route between pacific
. >> reporter: this morning, jason brown is presumably still on the run, eight years to the day. police say he brazenly robbed an armored truck and killed the guard. >> this is just a cold-blooded ambush. >> reporter: brown is one of the fbi's ten most-wanted fugitives. but while he may not been a household name, out of everyone on this list that includes a prison escapee, the fbi gets the most tips about him. because they say, he's just so average. >> when you have someone that is very -- has common features, people will walk by someone, or they'll go into a coffee shop. and they go, that looks like that guy that was on "america's most-wanted." >> reporter: just look at him. in these new age progression photos, the now 43-year-old could pass for the guy next door. average height. average weight. even his name, jason brown, is just, well, normal. >> if you keep your profile low enough, you can just sort of move through life and apparently mr. brown has been very successful at that. >> reporter: brown seems to bear a remarkable resemblance to the not-so-average actor, sean penn. in fact, invest
on the ballot next tuesday is proposition 30, the tax measure gov brown is pushing. supporters say it will help california schools. nannette miranda has both sides of the debate. >> save our schools! save our schools! >> all the talk about proposition 30, gov brown's tax measure, centers around public school funding. but law enforcement and local government representatives are worried about the other part of prop 30, a constitutional amendment that guarantees state funding for realignment. the prison inmate shift where counties must now house thousands of low-level inmates who used to go to state prison. if it fails, counties are asking how will they be able to afford this expense? >> if the money goes away, it will have a dramatic impact on the way we do business. >> lawmakers have a history of taking money from one program to pay for another. constitutional protection means politicians cannot touch the money at all unless it goes back to the voters. >>> the next two budget years already show counties will get more than $6 billion in each of those years to take on the new inmates. >> the fundi
with the lakers in complete disarray. they fired their head coach mike brown after a 1-4 start but that made them desperate against the golden state team that shot only 34% from the field. stone-cold. assistance bernie becker staff, the interim coach for the lakers, they actually got off to a decent start. steph cur are 18 in the game. brown installed, dwight howard to kobe bryant for three. lakers led at the half. to the third quarter, harrison barns, missed jumper. cleaning up. warriors down only by 4 but kobe willing the laketories victory. the runner, falling out of bounds. lakers up ten. metta world peace 0 for 10 shooting. what are you doing taking a three in he hits it naturally. fourth quarter, kobe with the steal and lamb. he led the way with 27. who needs a coach? lakers cruise, 101-77. >>> college basketball season opened last night. bay area showdown at oracle arena. first time these teams have played each other sense 2005. stanford, 3 of 7. stanford up 21-7. the dons battled back. from deep, 31-30. usf and stanford taking control in the second half. aaron bright gathers the loose bal
there are many more that go undetected. >> it was brown affluent. >> he said it was flowing down the hill behind his house for four days. the ross valley sanitary district estimates about 88,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled out of a clogged pipe. >> this particular very small tributary drainage drains into san enselmo creek. >> the system is made of 50-year-old clay pipe that is crumbling and leaking sewage into the grounds water. the red areas on this map show the known sewage breaks throughout san anselmo and fare tax and larkspur. >> we know the severity of the problem and we want to get it directed. >> many breaks go undetected, creating sinkholes on the streets until the pavement collapsed and sewage bubbles out. tree roots are invading and grease is clogging up a system that averages 30 structural defects per mile of pipe. it will cost about $300 million to rebuild the system, but over the summer the ross valley sanitary district board voted down a rate increase and a $70 million bond proposal. >> i voted against selling the bonds, sure. >> why? >> i wanted to put it on the ballot. let th
. they believe there are many more that go undetected. >> it was brown affluent. >> he said it was flowing down the hill behind his house for four days. the ross valley sanitary district estimates about 88,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled out of a clogged pipe. >> this particular very small tributary drainage drains into san enselmo creek. >> the system is made of 50-year-old clay pipe that is crumbling and leaking sewage into the grounds water. the red areas on this map show the known sewage breaks throughout san anselmo and fare tax and larkspur. >> we know the severity of the problem and we want to get it directed. >> many breaks go undetected, creating sinkholes on the streets until the pavement collapsed and sewage bubbles out. tree roots are invading and grease is clogging up a system that averages 30 structural defects per mile of pipe. it will cost about $300 million to rebuild the system, but over the summer the ross valley sanitary district board voted down a rate increase and a $70 million bond proposal. >> i voted against selling the bonds, sure. >> why? >> i wanted to put it on th
: here's a good still they think he's 25 to 30, about six feet tall, brown hair this happened about a month ago, october 10th. muni is hoping someone will see tnhps video and remember the indent, remember being there or maybe you just recognize this -- in man either way they are asking that you help. the station agent has been released from the hospital. he is still not okay enough to return to work. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> happening now operation impact underway in oakland. chp units in the city to increase police presence and assist officers on patrol. chp will provide help to oakland two days a week at no cost to the city. last year the chp tphepd an anti-gang operation paid for with federal grants. terry mcsweeney is in oakland now he'll have a live report on this. >>> san mateo county sheriff's office asking for the public's help to track two men believed to have stolen more than $7,000 from a 7-eleven store. video shows two entering the store shortly after noon monday one of the men distracted the cashier by asking questions while his accomplice went to the rear office
important decision on today's state ballot. prop 30 supporters greeted governor brown as he walked to vote this morning many support has declineed recently. the governor says he's feeling optimistic. >> wouldn't be surprised if the outcome is even who are positive than most of you are expecting. or row opponents are feeling positive -- >> reporter: opponents are feeling positive. >> i think voters are seeing through the rhetoric around prop 30 and seeing it for what it is, which is a massive tax increase. >> reporter: it would increase taxes for those who make at least $250,000 a year and add a quarter cent to the state's sales tax. without it schools will lose money. >> no on prop 30 means billions out of schools and the universities. a yes vote means billions of dollars into the schools. >> reporter: opponents of prop 30 say they aren't anti-education, they just don't like how this has been handled and think these taxes will drive businesses out of california. >> california is lagging when it comes to per pupil funding. right now the last thing the state needs a 50 billion dollar tax inc
brown has been pushing. right now it is ahead at 52% with just about half of the precincts reporting. >> proposition 31 deals with the state budget and establishes a two-year state budget cycle. other changes to the budgeting process at this moment with 46% of the pre sinks -- precincts reporting and saying no to proposition 31. >> looking at proposition 32 right now, this one would impact political contributions by payroll deductions. it is losing 54% with 47% of the precincts reporting. >> proposition 33 is directed at the auto insurance industry. it changes law to allow companies to set prices based on whether they carried insurance among other changes. 47% of the precincts are reporting. 54% of those votes counted say no to prop 33. >> and taking a look at proposition 34, this one would repeal the death penalty. right now no is winning with 54% of the vote. >> and proposition 35, we have done some significant reporting on this as well. human trafficking. it would raise the criminal penalties for human trafficking including prison sentences, up to 15 years to life and fines of a m
't commit to a veto, either. >> we're not into this. >> governor brown wants to use super majority powers to recalibrate business regulations and improve education. signberg wants tax and initiative reforms. and californians decided to keep the penalty. californians attempted to repeel the death pen skbralt replace it. yes votes added up to 47%. no votes receiving 52%. voters passed nornl prime initiative on the three-strikes law. proposition 36 by 69% that revises a law only when the third strike is a serious, or violent crime. we'll have a look at races later on in this newscast. >> we have developing news in fremont. a baby frel a sek story window this afternoon. police say the 11-month-old girl lost consciousness. the girl turns one just days. a helicopter took her to children's hospital, oakland. we do not know the extent of her injuries. police trying to figure out what happened. >> good news for drivers on southbound i 880. lanes of the freeway reopened following a hazmat spill that happened this morning that tied things up for hours. a truck dumped 185 gallons ofed load on the roa
revenue, and revenue means taxes. >> brown championed proposition 30. it passed last week and will raise $6 million a year by slightly hiking sales taxes and raising income taxes on high-wage earners. >> i can tell you in california, you can always cut schools and universities so much, and people say, enough already. and that's exactly what they said on election night. >> what has changed since election day is that politicians are now saying they do want to work together to fix the fiscal cliff. what has not changed are the positions republicans and democrats are taking. runnans -- republicans insist raising taxes is not an option. >> san francisco police are a search are to man who tried to ram an officer. he was suspected of breaking into a vehicle. he rap into a construction site. a police dog joined the search for the man inside the unfinished building at third street. officers surrounded the building for a short time as well. >>> today is veterans day, and san francisco honored those who served our country with a parade. >>> this is the 93rd veterans day parade in san francisco. ma
brown who the lakers fired five games into the season. he was chosen after negotiations with phil jackson broke down over the weekend. >>> san francisco police officer stops stolen vehicle what the driver did that had police swarming a construction site. [ inaudible ] .
to psychological abuse. california is ahead of curve. governor brown signed a bill last month banning gay conversion therapy for minors. >>> supreme court is set to announce next week whether it will let prop 8 -- this morning -- [ unintelligible ] >>> still ahead, coverage of the storm continues, lisa argen will tell us next the -- when the next wave will hit. >>> here's a look from i-80 heavy rain east bay, break in the north bay, gusty winds and wind advisory next one to talk about, coming up. >>> plus, toxic chemicals in the living room. new study by bay area researchers on how widespread they are. >>> power ball jackpot keeps getting bigger we'll tell you how far californians are going to get in on >>> new details about that deadly fire at a clothing factory in bangladesh owned by a company that supplies retail chains here this u.s.. three factory officials have been arrested, accused of locking doors, trapping workers inside that inferno, 112 were killed in saturday's fire. the few who survived say they were told to ignore the fire alarms and get back to work. order books found the
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